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The Object-Oriented Thought Process by Matt Weisfeld

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Chapter 10. Creating Object Models with UML

I believe very strongly that learning the fundamental OO concepts should come before learning any specific modeling tools. Thus, the placement of this chapter was somewhat problematic. In many ways, this chapter could go first, because the Unified Modeling Language (UML) diagrams are present throughout this book, including in Chapter 1, “Introduction to Object-Oriented Concepts.” Finally, it was decided to place this chapter at the end of the “conceptual” chapters, which I consider Chapters 19. The remaining chapters cover application issues as well as concepts.

This chapter is a brief overview of the UML notation used in this book. It is not a comprehensive tutorial on UML because that would require ...

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